Bucks County


Ponds, Creeks and Picnics

by Sharon Cowell on March 30, 2017

Bucks County is a wonderful place to explore in a car, jeep, motorcycle or family minivan. I have found so many great places just by getting out there and exploring. One of my favorite pastimes is to pack some snacks or a picnic lunch, water and my phone so I can take lots of pictures of a great, “free” day of adventure…

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Pairing History with Pints

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on March 15, 2017

Let’s be honest – who wouldn’t want to enjoy a bite and a brew after navigating through a castle? Just over 100 years ago, Henry Mercer – local historian and archaeologist – constructed the museum, a beautiful, six-story castle in the heart of Doylestown’s historic district…

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Amid the Antiques

by Marisa Stauffer on March 6, 2017

It’s no secret that Bucks County is home to a considerable amount of history. If you take a drive there, you are bound to pass an old barn, a historic home or a covered bridge. There are remnants of yesteryear scattered all throughout the area and I’ve always enjoyed taking a look at the past. As a recent homeowner, I am looking for a few unique furnishings, so I asked my parents to accompany me on an antique tour of some spots in Lower and Central Bucks County…

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